Books by Virgil Suarez

IGUANA DREAMS by Delia Poey
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 23, 1992

"Most of the standout stories are by writers with limited or regional reputations, making this a valuable introduction to their work."
Groundbreaking anthology: 29 stories of varying quality by Latino authors writing in English. Read full book review >
WELCOME TO THE OASIS by Virgil Suarez
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1992

"A tightly controlled but affecting exploration of fundamental tensions in a community for whom Su†rez is becoming an eloquent and promising voice."
A slender collection of six stories from Cuban-born Su†rez (The Cutter, Latin Jazz), though infused with a sense of quiet alienation and existential despair, vividly evokes Hispanic- American life. Read full book review >
LATIN JAZZ by Virgil Suarez
Released: March 21, 1989

A first novel, told from several points of view, about three generations of a Cuban-American family in 1980, at the time of the Cuban exodus via the Mariel boatlift. Read full book review >

A stark account of life in Castro's Cuba and one young man's attempt to get out; from the author of Latin Jazz (1989). Read full book review >